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Archive for the ‘Pre-Med’ Category

Biology student to return to Afghanistan for health survey

Posted by The College of Science at OSU on February 27, 2009

Here’s a story from The Oregonian about OSU student Mohammed Farhad who is studying for his biology degree:

Farhad wanted to go to college in the U.S. Ultimately, he said, he wanted to become a doctor, return to Afghanistan and help people who had no access to medical treatment.

In September, Farhad began his junior year at Oregon State University. In addition to scholarships and his work income, Farhad visits schools and churches, “where I talk about Afghanistan, its people and culture and their problems.”

Posted in Biology, Pre-Med | Leave a Comment »

Chief pre-med advisor receives Founders Award

Posted by The College of Science at OSU on June 5, 2008

Congratulations to Chere Pereira, chief pre-med advisor at OSU for 21 years, for her receipt of the Founders Award from the Northwest Osteopathic Medical Foundation.

“Chere is an inspiring leader in promoting students’ interest in entering the osteopathic medical field,” said Dr. John Pham, a former OSU student who presented her the award.

Here, in a photo from the Founders Evening event, Chere explains how much it means to her to help students find careers in osteopathic medicine.

Posted in General News, Pre-Med | Leave a Comment »